Begorrah



(used as a euphemism for by God):
It’s a fine day, begorra.
Historical Examples

In the Pecos Country Edward Sylvester Ellis (AKA Lieutenant R.H. Jayne)
Adrift in the Wilds Edward S. Ellis
Young Tom Bowling J.C. Hutcheson
The Ocean Wireless Boys on the Pacific Wilbur Lawton
Under Wellington’s Command G. A. Henty
Witty Pieces by Witty People Various
The Lost Trail Edward S. Ellis
The Lost Trail Edward S. Ellis
The Hunters of the Ozark Edward S. Ellis

interjection
an emphatic exclamation, regarded as a characteristic utterance of Irish people

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